60K on KM2s? Amazing to hear of a decent tire that last for more than 40K. KM2s are not known for performing well in snow and ice conditions so congrats on beating the odds.
If driving 100+ miles on pavement per day, I'd suggest a tire rated very good on the road such as the BFGY KOs. They are great in any road condition, square tread profile so look nice and provide ample traction for the weekend get a way.......which must be all the time you have after driving 100 miles a day.
If you are after looks......get what looks good to you. If you want performance, determine what conditions you will be driving in the majority of the time and get the tires best for those conditions.
Keep the rubber side down!